* Male giraffes are larger than females. Males weigh between 2,400 and 3,000 pounds and
stand up to 19 feet tall! Female giraffes weigh between 1,600 and 2,600 pounds and grow to
be 16 feet tall.
* Giraffe populations are relatively stable.
* Healthy giraffes live about 25 years in the wild.
* Giraffes can be found in central, eastern, and southern Africa.
*Giraffes live in the savannas of Africa, where they roam freely among the tall trees, arid land,
dense forests, and open plains.
*Their long necks help giraffes eat leaves from tall trees, typically acacia trees. If they need
to, giraffes can go for several days without water. Instead of drinking, giraffes stay hydrated
by the moisture from leaves.
*Female giraffes typically give birth to one calf after a fifteen-month gestation period. During
the first week of its life.
Giraffes run 30 miles per hours.
Giraffes are one of the tallest animals. They are will be known for long legs,
long necks, and spotted patterns.
Head Weigh 70 Pound.
Neck Length 7 Feet Weigh 220 Pound.
Body Weight 1Ton
Legs Length 9Feet
Feet Weight 8 Inches
Group : F
GIRAFFE Center of :
The centre of gravity for a giraffe is almost in the middle of it's stomach but closer to
the front. That is why the giraffe can slide down and not tip
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The locomotion of a giraffe consists of two gaits. Giraffes either walk or gallop. When galloping, this animal
maintains its balance through the back and forth movement of its head and neck.